Author: Danielle Allen
Publication Date: September 27, 2015
Publisher: E by M
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
When society tries to put you in a box, knock the walls down. –Tati Green
“You have a pretty face” is such a back-handed compliment. It’s like telling me that my face is beautiful, but the rest of me is not.
Despite what society says, my curves are hot.
My love life, on the other hand, is not.
My mom says I’ll never find love because of my weight.
My sister says I’ll never find love because of my personality.
My almost-fiancé says I’ll never find love because I’m incapable of loving anyone.
My mom and sister are full of it, but my ex kind of has a point.
At twenty-seven years old, I’ve never been in love. I date a lot, yet sparks never fly. But when I experienced the heart-pounding, skin tingling feeling for the first time, I didn’t think it would be caused by a guy I’ve never met. And I damn sure didn’t think he would end up holding my future in his hands in more ways than one.
What do you do when one of your favorite romance bloggers (Nick) highly recs a book that your other favorite used-to-be romance blogger (Ari) recommended to her? You read it, of course. That’s how I found out about Work Song and I’m SO GLAD I did because I had never heard of it before and I loved it!
Tatiana Green was a woman who knew her worth, even if she doubted it at times. She was comfortable in her own skin and ambitious in her career. She didn’t plan on anything getting in her way of becoming successful — especially a man. I adored her sass and humor. I loved that Tati had already learned to stand up for herself and to not let haters get to her. The only thing I wished she could have changed about herself was her hang up on love and how she reacted at times…but then this wouldn’t have been the amazing romance and story it was.
Wesley Barnes is one of those guys all the single fictional women and real women are going to swoon over. Why? He’s a great guy. Wes tries to support everything Tatiana wants, even if that means not following his own feelings. He’s her friend, her confidant, and loves who she is. Their emails, texts, and phone calls put them on the path to love that is both hilarious and adorable. Wes and Tatiana are one of those couples that clicks over shared likes and it was swoon worthy.
This book was just so fun to read. There were many cute moments. It was a little slow burn, but never felt slow. It was funny, but also serious when it needed to be. I adored the characters and their relationship. I didn’t know I needed Work Song in my reading life, but I did. Excuse me while I go look up what else this new-to-me author has written. She’s got a new fan.